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Investing In Non-Resource Canadian MicroCaps


July 1st 2013

"...the Canadian microcap sector is a treasure hunter’s dream. Many of these non-resource microcap companies, in my opinion, appear to be extremely under-followed and unrecognized by the North American investment community."
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The Implications of Liquidity on Economic Trends and Investment Dynamics


January 25th 2013

The levels of liquidity in any given market dictate the threshold of investment activities in that market.
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Low Interest Rates and Their Effect on the Stock Market


January 2nd 2013

Interest rates affect all kinds of investments and lending. Interest rates can be defined as the cost of using another person or organization’s money.
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The Effect of Recession on Small Cap Stocks


August 6th 2010

No businessman likes the word recession. It’s a curse word of sorts among entrepreneurs. However, it is a fact of life and a regularly occurring phenomenon in our current global economic system. The effect of a recession upon a company’s growth can vary. In fact, there are certain industries that tend to outperform during times of recession, and these companies can actually benefit from an economic downturn. This is however an exception and not the rule. The overwhelming majority of companies are negatively affected during economic downturns, and small cap businesses are a specific segment
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Flow-Through Share Offerings Explained


February 27th 2005

September through December is typically the most active period for Canadian oil and gas producers and mining companies to turn to flow-through share offerings in order to raise capital.
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Guidelines to Tax-Loss Selling


November 30th 2004

Once again the joyful season of tax-loss selling is upon us. Any stock trading below its 52-week high could potentially be a candidate for tax-loss selling and those trading near their 52-week low could definitely be affected.
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Playing The Box - A Practical Bottom Fishing Strategy for Small Investors


March 5th 2003

At various investment conferences where I have spoken during the past ten years, I have been often asked to describe my bottom fishing strategy and how it can be successfully applied by the average investor.
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Investment ABCs - What is Working Capital?


March 5th 2003

I'm sure at one point or another you have heard the term "working capital," however, like many other small investors, you might not have a clear understanding of what it is and its importance in evaluating the financial position of a company.
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Investment ABCs - Accounts Receivable


March 5th 2003

Accounts receivable is essentially the amount of money owed to the company by its customers. In the normal course of operations, most businesses provide their customers a period of 30 to 60 days to pay for products and services. The accounts receivable balance can be found on the company's balance sheet under the heading of "current assets."
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Canadian Small Caps

 
Canadian Small Caps

CLICK HERE to view the presentations from the Spring 2016 Small-Cap Conferences.

We are pleased to publish the PowerPoint presentations from The Small-Cap Conferences that were held in Calgary on March 30, 2016 and in Vancouver on May 3, 2016.

We encourage investors to review the presentations and contact the companies with any further questions.

www.smallcapconference.ca/presentations.php
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